Re: can't get apps to remain on sdcard after firmware...
They probably are
still on the SD card, but the apps directory index was overwritten in the main memory. Also, the app data is usually stored in main memory, so you would still loose your data settings part.
Read card on a computer and see if you find .apk files on the sd card. they may be hidden files. but you can not recover the data settings part unfortunately.
preventative backup is always the best. If they are google apps, make sure you backup to google in your google account settings
use your carrier backup to cloud for phones.
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By default they're downloaded to SD card. What's the problem? Just move them afterwards to ExtSD if you want.
Another way (if you have your device rooted and familiar with Unix commands) is to change system start-up parameters to mount ExtSD as a /sdcard/download from terminal application.
Open Terminal Emulator and check with the 'df' command, how much space is left on your partitions. Is /data or /system full?
Goto system/apps/all > 'Sort by size to' find out which apps eat
up the most space.
Check if you have big size apps installed where you could change data location within the app to sdcard. Thinking of navigation apps and games. Every app where you have to download additional data to the actual app.
Make sure you use the sdcard for media like photos (camera settings) music and video.
CM has a built-in system to move apps to SD under settings/apps/on sdcard. Check apps that are big and you use rarely and are not interactive first. Reason: If you still use the USB feature those moved apps are not available to system anymore and are least likely to cause trouble.
Another option is to use the app Foldermount. Use it to move certain locations to SD like the Download folder. Or the DCIM folder if the camera doesn't support sdcard location in settings.
Use the app Link2SD which is able to move every bit from an app (including app data) to SD. It has a good overview on how much space an app really needs. You will have to create a separate partition on the SD card for that to work.
You should make sure that your iPad is running the latest firmware version. Also, make sure that your apps, especially the one you are having trouble with, is fully updated. These updates cover problems the software is having.
1. To check if your iPad firmware is up to date:
Go to "settings", then to "general" then to "software update".
2. To check on you apps update status, go to the "app store" icon,
then on the bottom, all the way to the right, there's an "updates" icon. The apps that have available updates are listed here. Make sure to update each out of date app.
This probably caused by an feature called 'Face Unlock'; either uninstall or disable it. Usually this done by Settings --> Apps --> (All -->) Face Unlock --> disable / uninstall.
Or when you actually really like that feature, make sure you've updated your phone and that Face Unlock app to the latest version.
PS: What it actually means is the Android System UI component has crashed (and will automatically restarted afterwards). You might see the statusbar at the top disappear and reappear after a few seconds as well ... (symptom).
You can not delete all apps, the ones that are installed with the firmware will stay, you van choose another firmware version, but this depends on your hardware version, check google on fireware update on your system, regards peter
It needs the latest firmware 1.9 or 2.0 for the wireless to work correctly. The solution is to get the usb to work first. Plug and unplug the usb, try powering on with usb plugged in until you get the pc to recognize the drive in the literati. Once you get to this point you have it made. Browse the drive and find the "Desktop Installers" folder run the windows install - the pc will then go out to the internet and get the desktop software version that can update the literati. Once the desktop software finishes installing it will tell you that the literati must be updated. Let it do it. Power off literati or reset it. When it comes up again the desktop software will say there is another update. This one is a big one. After it finishes Power off or reset literati again and it will load the newest firmware and the device works much better afterward. Also, you might want to keep it plugged in to power while you do this - Don't want it to lose power during firmware update.
As posted to another person, download this .apk file and install it on your A70 (It must be running 2.2 froyo firmware to work, if running 2.1 you need different .apk). It'll give you Google Market, where you can download Adobe Flash Player that updates itself... i've had 2 updates from flash since Dec 25th upon getting this.
Link: With Archos 70 Internet Tablet, you need to download a specific version of Adobe Flash Player from Google Market since it runs Android OS. And A70 doesn't come with GMarket, rather Appslib, which doesn't quite cut it.
Luckily someone has made a neat little .apk file thath as Google Market, which lets you download GMarket and download/install all its apps/games/etc on your A70.
Just download the following .apk file and install it on your A70, afterwards download Adobe Flash Player from Google Market. However, this hack ONLY works on 2.2 froyo android OS, so make sure your A70 firmware is up to date.
I'd also recommend installing Dolphin Browser HD as it seems to provide a more refined flash browsing experience coupled with the Adobe Flash Player.